Claudia Pretto is legal consultant on migration and refugee law and independent researcher in human rights. She has a PhD in comparative legal studies, she did her research on the procedural guarantees and effectiveness of the right to asylum in the European legal system. She worked as UNHCR Consultant at the Mineo asylum seekers reception camp from March to August 2011; from September 2011 to June 2013 she worked as UNHCR Eligibility Refugee status determination expert. From June 2013 to September 2016 Claudia worked as Protection Associate for UNHCR in the Italian RSD system, she was anti trafficking focal point. On September 2016 Claudia decided to start to work as consultant for the Italian reception and integration system for asylum seekers and refugee ( SPRAR); she is giving her contribution on the didactical organization of the University Post Graduate Course on Human Rights, Reception and Integration at the University of Verona. She is member from 2006 of ASGI – Association for Juridical Studies on Immigration (www.asgi.it ); she has been involved in different research projects on migration and human rights in a multilevel perspective, such as the “ global detention project” on 2012. At the moment she is studying the fundamental human rights effectiveness in a multi-level perspective, concentrating her research on the “deeper juridical meaning” of:, fundamental human rights, non refoulement principle, right to an effective remedy, state of exception, fundamental rights in the reception system, citizenship and integration.
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